Representatives from the EU and the University of Prishtina debate problems in Kosovo’s higher education system.
At the current pace of reforms, it is irresponsible to tell the people of the Balkans that they have a European perspective. No, they don’t. Their children do.
At an informal meeting in Brussels with Serbian President Vucic and EU High Representative Mogherini, Kosovo President Thaci agreed to a new phase of the Brussels-facilitated dialogue.
Presenting preliminary impressions of the Kosovo general elections, the European Union’s Election Observation Chief of Mission Peterle noted minor setbacks in the voting process.
One year ago, the EC recommended visa liberalization for Kosovo. But Kosovars, the only Europeans who celebrate Europe Day, are still spending millions on visas and waiting in degrading embassy queues.